Ph.D. Students Supervised

Current Students

Jen-Chih (Steve) Huang

Steve Ferenci

Yan Gu

Alfred Park

Barath Petit (with Mostafa Ammar)

Yarong Tang


Former PhD Students

Donghua Xu (with Mostafa Ammar), “Scalability and Composability Techniques for Network Simulation,” January 2006.

Hao Wu, “Analysis and Design of Vehicular Networks,” December 2005.

Ivan Tacic, “Efficient Synchronized Data Distribution Management in Distributed Simulations,” May 2005.

Margaret Loper, “Approximate Time and Temporal Uncertainty in Parallel and Distributed Simulations,” December 2002.

Thom Mclean (with Leo Mark), “Real-Time Distributed Simulation Analysis: an Application of Temporal Database and Simulation Systems Research,” May 2002.

George Riley (with Mostafa Ammar), “Techniques for Large-Scale Distributed Simulation of Computer Networks,” August 2001.

Maria Hybinette, "Interactive Parallel Simulation Environments," May 2000.

Kalyan Perumalla, “Techniques for Efficient Parallel Simulation and their Application to Large-scale Telecommunication Network Models,” December 1999.

Chris Carothers, “Efficient Execution of Time Warp Programs on Heterogeneous NOW Platforms,” December 1997.

Kiran Panesar, “Buffer Management, Flow Control, and Automatic Incremental State Saving in Time Warp Systems,” December 1996.

Kaushik Ghosh (with Karsten Schwan), “Speculative Execution in Real-Time Systems,” June 1995.

Jya-Jang Tsai, “Towards the Automatic Parallelization of Discrete Event Simulation Programs,” September 1994.

Samir Das, “Performance Issues in Time Warp Parallel Simulations,” August 1994.

Sanjay Rajopadhye, “A Formal Basis for Synthesizing Systollic Arrays,” December 1986.